Max Mclean is Britain's secret weapon: the most effective assassin Her Majesty's Government has ever unleashed. Pulled home from an aborted mission in South America, Max is sent to investigate unsettling reports from West Africa - a situation that's seen another officer locked away in an MoD research facility raving about the horror he's seen.Witnesses report that combatants in an ugly civil are feeling no fear and no pain. In theatre - one of the most dangerous, cruel and inhospitable places on earth Max is drawn into a terrifying web of evil and corruption. And it's clear that, far from dealing with the supernatural or superstition, he's facing a threat that could bring the west to its knees.
James Brabazon is an award-winning frontline journalist and documentary filmmaker. Based in London, he has travelled in over seventy countries, investigating, filming and directing in the world's most hostile environments. His awards include the Rory Peck Trust Sony International Impact Award 2003, the Rory Peck Freelancer's choice Award 2003, and the IDA Courage Under Fire Award 2004. He has made over thirty international current affairs films broadcast by the BBC, Channel 4, CNN, SABC and the Discovery Channel. He lectures on the ethics and practicalities of reporting from war zones and his writing has been published in the Observer, the Independent and the Guardian. He is the author of the critically acclaimed My Friend the Mercenary. The Break Line is his first book.
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